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>> looking forward to that for sure. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm katy zachry. >> i'm rosemary connors. let's get right to that forecast now with meteorologist bill henley. bill, a little bit bitterly cold out there. shouldn't last forever. >> bitterly for april maybe. it is colder than yesterday but the wind has died down. that wind chill you felt yesterday, not so bad this morning. you do have to bundle up. the wind is shifting. that will be a key this afternoon. everyone will see a warmup, 31 degrees, below freezing for cape may. the low 20s for pottstown. 26 and climbing in millville and northeast philadelphia is at 27 degrees and teens in the mountains. we have cold to take care of. sunshine will do the job. 30 degrees at 7:00. we'll be in the low 40s at 10:00 and then near 50 degrees with a few clouds moving in this afternoon. those clouds will come through dry. that changes tomorrow. got your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast when i'm
back in ten minutes. see how the traffic is moving. looks fine on market street. >> we do have construction in center city that hasn't been moved out of way yet. we're behind schedule with our vine street expressway removal of the vehicles in the area. a lot of the traffic allowed right now on the vine in between the schuylkill expressway and broad street but we're still seeing a vehicle right over here. you can see that's actually blocking the on ramp to the vine street expressway. some of the ramps aren't open yet but generally the vine street expressway is open. take local vine to get by for right now. no problems or delays on the schuylkill expressway. here's some construction. this is king of prussia road. that's closed between north radnor, chester road and m matsonford road. happening today in decision 2016, the democratic presidential candidates are stumping in philadelphia today.
fresh off bernie sanders' win in the wisconsin primary last night, he says this is a turning point in race.ç meanwhile, hillary clinton is trying to regain her momentum. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live for us in center city this morning. hi, pam. >> good morning. less than three weeks away from the pennsylvania primary, as you mentioned we're expecting to see visits from both of those democratic candidates. we'll start with hillary clinton. later this morning, secretary clinton will be addressing p.a. union leaders at the convention at the sheridan. the afl/cio says secretary clinton will speak before a crowd of about 1,000 people. local union leaderships say this will play an important role in the convention but won't say which candidate they'll back. sanders picked up a win in wisconsin. they're hoping both candidates will take away a special
knowledge of issues that affect working families here. >> pennsylvania has some, you know, some different nuances that other folks don't have. both candidates have been great about listening to folks and talking to folks about what's important to working families here in philly, the dredging of the philadelphia port for the bigger ships from the panama canal will create thousands of jobs. >> there's a rally planned for 8:00 tonight at temple university. he's set to discuss a wide range of issues such as climate change and his plan to make public colleges and universities tuition-free. that event is free and open to the public. it will also be the second stop for sanders who's going to meet with african-american religious leaders here in the city of philadelphia as well today. reporting live in center city, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that, pamela. now let's talk about the republicans as we mentioned, ted cruz won the wisconsin primary. he's calling his victory a
turning point in 2016 race. but he still trails trump in the overall delegate couldn't. cruz picked up more than 30 delegates in his defeat of trump last night. and he beat him by a wide margin, 49% to 35%. cruz says the win gives him momentum. >> i am more and more convinced that our campaign is going to earn the 1,237 delegates needed to win the republican nomination. >> millions of votes more than anybody else. we talk about delegates which i'm by far and away number one, but the votes are even more impressive. voter turnout in wisconsin was strong with folks lininghu well past closing time at the polls. donald trump still leads the republican race with 753 delegates. cruz is in second with 514. john kasich follows with 143. the winner needs 1,237 delegates in order to clinch the republican nomination. here's where the democrats stand. hillary clinton is ahead with
1,728 delegates, bernie sanders has 1,058. the winner here needs 2,883 delegates. voters in pennsylvania and delaware will head to the polls on april 26th. new jersey voters make their choice on june 7th. if you have the nbc 10 app, then you know that you were the first to find out about the wisconsin primary results as they came in. we sent them right out to you. if you don't have the app, make sure to download it now so you can stay in the know as this election season continues to unfold. happening today, new jersey governor chris christie will hold a news conference to talk about the future of atlantic city. now, the governor will speak to reporters at 11:30 this morning as he continues to wrangle with state assembly leaders about a proposed state takeover of the financially struggling resorttown. governor christie warned yesterday that atlantic city could go broke by memorial day
unless the state intervenes. now, atlantic city mayor don guardian opposes a state takeover. he plans a news conference at 12:30 today in response to the governor's comments. they planned to shut down city hall for three weeks beginning this friday because the city was due to run out of money. city council will vote today on a plan to avoid that shutdown by paying workers every four weeks instead of every two weeks. more love this morning for the national champion wildcats. the "daily news" shows appreciation for the villanova team. this special cover will wrap the newspaper this morning, the title, "bringin' it home!" it's back to class today at villanova university. >> the talk on campus will be all about the wildcats. coach jay wright led the cheers
inside the football stadium. >> nova -- >> nation! >> the school honored the team for their victory. hundreds of villanova fans showed appreciation for the national champions during the homecoming celebration. the coachç and his players too the stage to thank the fans for joining them on the ride of a lifetime. and fans gave their love right back. >> when this happened, i thought, this would be like a bucket list thing. they win the national championship, check it off. this is just the beginning. it's inspiring us. you work hard, you do things the right way you'll be rewarded with greatness. >> i can't believe it. >> i'm just so happy! >> he's so cute. the team's planes arrived at the airport yesterday to celebratory streams of water from the water cannons, a true hero's welcome. villanova beat north carolina at the buzzer monday night to bring home their first national championship title sense 1985. villanova's victory parade on friday will run right through the heart of center city philadelphia.
here's a look at the parade route. it starts at 20th and market streets, finishing in dilworth park at city hall. make sure you're there. the parade begins at 1:00 friday afternoon. we will bring it to you live in case you can't be there, we'll show you every step of the way right here on nbc 10. it's been 31 years since the wildcats last had a parade in center city. this is what it looked like on april 3rd, 1985. some 100,000 people crowded city hall to celebrate villanova's stunning championship victory over georgetown. make sure you have the free nbc 10 so you can share in villanova's victory. there you'll find videos, plus photos the best moments from the entire ncaa tournament. plus, there's a link to get your nova national championship gear. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. eight minutes after 5:00. it is a cold morning.
winter-like cold is with us with temperatures in the 20s and low 30s. but warming trends starts today. 40s yesterday, 50s today. talking 60s for tomorrow. but it will come with some wet weather. tracking some showers in the midwest right now. the cold, that's in place this morning. doylestown, 22 degrees. in the 20s for northeast philadelphia. and millville. this is a live view from narberth along haverford avenue. see this flag is barely moving, very light breeze this morning. that's why the temperatures have fallen. now, the clouds off to the north and west, some of these will be moving into the pocono mountains. later this afternoon we'll see some of the clouds in philadelphia, too. it will stay dry today. we'll still get enough sunshine for a pretty good warmup. 50s for morgantown, pennsburg and fleetwood. up out of the south this afternoon, after being very calm this morning. king of prussia, abington, bordentown all in the 50s today. brilliant sunshine at the shore cape may will see a high of 51 along with millville.
milford, 55 agrees. plenty of sunshine to start with for philadelphia, wilmington. woodstown, 50s this afternoon. that sunshine with southerly winds, we'll see a few extra clouds during the afternoon hours. then rain for tomorrow. i've got the futurecast and the seven-day when i'm back in ten. all right, bill, thanks so much. it is 5:10. it is cold outside as bill told us. >> it is, yes. >> heaters on. >> crank up the heat. jessica boyington is keeping an eye on the traffic cameras for us i'm sure as we're approaching 5:15. folks are getting up, going to work. >> getting out there more than we see in the 4:00 hour but not quite like the 6:00 hour. this is a light spot right here, the 4 freeway around the atlantic city expressway, split. you'll be fine heading south, northbound, of course, we always see more of a delay or problem heading towards the philadelphia airy. right now we're okay. road obstruction in upper
gwenned. lanes back in business right now. trooper road, trooper road is in here and eastbound is where we typically watch for the morning delay. eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill with average speeds into the 60s. >> atlantic city plays its hand and loses to the house. but the story is not over between ac and the borgata. we'll tell you what a judge ordered both parties to do. if your child has a runny nose, itchy eyes and is sneezing, is it allergies or a cold? we have the warning signs every parent should know. that's coming up next.
welcome back. it is almost 5 a 15 on your wednesday morning. the wind has picked up a little bit out there. we're looking at the flag atop the eraramark building in cente city philadelphia. i believe we'll get into the 50s. the calendar may say april but this frozen fountain in longport, atlantic county shows just how cold it is. some of the most valuable and vulnerable plants are temporarily in a greenhouse there. this is a good question. this time of year, spring allergies can take a toll on parents to tell the difference between a cold and an allergy. doctors say if symptoms such as
a runny nose, sneezing or itchy eyes persist or follow a pattern, that's a red flag for allergies. experts say allergies can disrupt kids' lives in a pretty serious way. >> sleep disturbance, it can cause functioning at school to suffer. it can cause significant difficulties with their day-to-day energy levels and day-to-day appetite and life functioning. >> and the tendency to suffer from allergies usually runs in families. new this morning, police in rehoboth beach say they have solved a string of burglaries with the arrest of these three men. francis ortiz surrendered yesterday. on monday, police arrested luis salmeron-silva and also
zavala-zavala. the highest paid distinction in the county goes to sam golino who pulls in $260,000 a year. the police commissioner has the second biggest paycheck, making $240,000 a year. third place goes to deputy medical examiner, albert chu. he makes more than $231,000. mayor kenney is in fourth place. his salary, $217,000 a year. the mayor's office says it released the salary information yesterday in an effort to encourage transparency. pennsylvania senator pat toomey is proposing an amendment to air travel legislation in the name of a bucks county native who died in the 9/11 attacks. victor saracine was aboard one of the hijack ed hijacked airpl. we spoke to saracine's widow who
was an capitol hill for the event. >> i can't look another family member in the eye and say, i'm sorry, i knew there was an issue and i didn't do anything about it. life after september 11th is not easy. it doesn't go away. >> she says she will not quit fighting until the barriers are in place. 5:17. happening today, city council members, volunteers and local homeowners will clean up camdenç they'll pick up litter in marlton and stockton neighborhoods. this is the first of 11 cleaning and greening days in camden this spring and summer. 5:17 on this wednesday. those trouble spots are starting out on the roads. >> they do. they can start out early, in the middle of the week, jessica. what are you following now? >> we're watching the schuylkill expressway right now. we do have an accident scene that looks nasty around the girard avenue avenue on ramp. you can actually see several vehicles involved right in here. part of the problem is since
this just kahred, we do have police officers here. you can see cars actually still getting on to the schuylkill expressway. that off ramp isn't closed yet. it's turning into a big backup there as cars tried to still access the schuylkill expressway. this is headed to the schuylkill eastbound toward the center city area if that's where you're going. you might want to give yourself extra time. they done the have that off ramp closed yet. the best bet, i think they'll move the accident scene up a little bit and divert traffic over to the side. no big backups on the schuylkill expressway but, of course, we are seeing several vehicles involved. police activity here. it will be a slow go there. we'll keep you updated for sure. you'll have no problems at least. we're 10 minutes or 11 minutes at the most southbound from the schuylkill to route 30. more updates when i get back in the next ten. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> 18 minutes after 5:00. it is a day for winter coats. a morning for winter coats, cold
and calm to start with. we'll see a good warmup today. it's already started at philadelphia international. it's up two degrees in the last hour. thanks to an easterly wind that's at 7 miles an hour at the airport. the easterly wind will become more southerly. the entire area will be warming up. it's below freezing in cape may this morning with clear skies and very little wind. look at pottstown, doylestown at 22 degrees, 18 in toms river and just below freezing at the cape may airport, 30 degrees, go inland, woodbine is 26. 27 degrees in oceanview this morning. it's not just inland that's seeing the cold to start with. no sign of any wet weather. won't see a repeat of the snow showers we had yesterday morning. snow is to the northwest. this is going to be pushing way to the north but that is going to be here tomorrow. rain will be moving in. but today, you'll need your sunglasses, at least to start with. 30 degrees at 7:00. by 10:00, 41 degrees and near 50 degrees. lack at those winds becoming southerly at 15 miles an hour. that's at 1:00. sunshine this afternoon with
scattered clouds and then tomorrow, we'll get aç pretty good warmup in spite of the rain. 55 today, 60 degrees tomorrow afternoon. but a chilly day for friday. and i can't rule out a shower. just a light shower possible on friday for the parade, the winds will be coming out of the west at 15 miles an hour in center city. even ocolder this weekend, brilliant sunshine sunday and a nice warmup monday. >> at least there's no snow. thank you, bill. philadelphia d.a. seth williams is getting ready to lace up his boxing gloves and step into the ring. he'll duke it out in a tournament for charity later this month. champion boxer and philly native bernard hopkins is training williams for his matchup against attorney tarik al shahbaz. >> i'm risk this beautiful face and tarik, he's been training for a year for this fight. he was a gold glove boxer in
brooklyn. he told me three weeks ago about this fight. >> well, night at the fights will benefit causes like the urban league and the united way. it's happening at temple university's leah cora center on april 30th. 5:21 and 32 degrees in the philadelphia area. for some people eating healthy is not only about their body but their pocketbook as well. we'll explain, coming up on cnbc. villanova gets its fairy tale ending. nbc 10 was there as the national champions came home. in the next half hour, we'll hear from some of the players on this huge win and if it's finally setting in.
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muggles can now visit the world of harry potter in california. universal studios of hollywood celebrated the grand opening of the wizarding world of harry potter. it opens to the public tomorrow morning. eating healthy could save you some money on your life insurance. susan lee is here to explain in this morning's report from cnbc. good morning, susan. >> good morning, rosemary. that's right. john hancock is giving customers a financial incentive to eat healthy. people who have certain life insurance policies can earn
discounts, cash back in groceries and money off their premiums for filling up their shopping carts with fruits, vegetables and other nutritious items. if they shop at walmart, they'll get a loyalty card toç get 25% off designated healthy food and can qualify for similar discounts in the form of cash back at 70 other supermarket chains. not bad. wall street by the way, let's take a look at the broader markets looking to recover ground today. futures are pointed higher. markets fell for a second day on tuesday with the dow posting its first triple digit loss in close to a month's time. investors are raising concerns about the upcoming corporate earnings season and a drop in oil prices. look for the minutes from the last month of fed meetings this afternoon. the fed striking a cautious tone about raising interest rates this year. just to recap a session for you on tuesday, the dow fell 133 points trading on 17,603.
back to you, rosemary. >> susan lee with cnbc. thanks to are that update. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> your helpful eating won't be impacted by the healthy dose of cold we have this morning. you want to grab a warm winter jacket. the temperatures are really dropping right now. 32 degrees at philadelphia international. that's a live view of terminal "f," i believe that stands for fun at the airport. jessica boyington is watching traffic. anybody having fun out there this morning, jessie? >> unless you like accidents, bill, this is not very fun for drivers on the schuylkill. a vehicle over into the side guardrail. you can see they're trying to get that situation under control. we'll have more updates on this off ramp from girard avenue to the schuylkill when i come back at 5:30. >> all right, jessica, thank you. 40,000 runners already have their bibs. the lottery is over, however, you have a final chance to run the blos cross broad street run on may 1st.
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this is nbc 10 news. bullets fly and rip through a philadelphia row home overnight and police tell us the victim managed to get himself to the hospital. we'll explain in a live report. the democraticç presidenti candidates are in philadelphia today as they turn their focus to pennsylvania's upcoming primary. we are off to another cold start but the sun will be shining today to warm us up a bit. here's a live look. i believe that's downtown narberth. i believe we're in -- yes, we're in narberth in montgomery county. we'll get your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast in just moments. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. >> and i'm katy zachry. it is 5:30